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A clearly defined one-way system is recommended to avoid contact
Shouldn't be left on the table, it should be given out in napkins
Menus should ideally be provided on the customer's own device
Masks, gloves and visors should be provided for service team
Queues must be avoided as this could negate social distancing
Hand santiser should be available throughout the outlet for use
Staff members should be tested on a daily basis with a thermometer
Contactless payments should be taken to avoid handling cash
As we come out of lockdown and restaurants and bars reopen, minimisation of contact between staff and customers will be critical for the safety of all. This is where the AccentPOS app comes in...
Premises should have designated entry and exit points which follow a one-way system.
Your customers and service team should maintain social distancing guidelines.
Once the customer has made their order on their own device, it is sent directly to the kitchen, where it appears on the chef's AccentPOS Heads-up display
Once the customer has made their order on their own device, it is sent directly to the bar, where it appears on the AccentPOS Heads-up display situated at the bar
Dependent on the outlet's preference, customers can collect their food from a designated collection area, or table service can be provided by the service team
Once the customer's experience has come to and end, they can be invited to the designated payment area. Whilst maintaining the marked one-way system, contactless payment can be made upon exiting at the designated exit
Example outlet layout